Breaking News Emails Get breaking news alerts and special reports. The news and stories that matter, delivered weekday mornings. SUBSCRIBE March 11, 2019, 8:11 PM GMT By WASHINGTON — Joe Biden may not be ready yet to tell Americans if he’s running for president. But starting with appearances this week in front of two supportive audiences, he’s about to start telling them why. For the first time since the midterm elections, the former vice president will headline a pair of political events that may serve as a final test drive of the message he could take into the 2020 campaign, one advisers say balances a bold agenda focused on reviving the middle class with an appeal for moving beyond the smallness in our politics. Underlying Biden’s pitch is the urgency of defeating a president that he feels has governed at odds with America’s values — framing the next election as a “battle for the soul of America,” as he has put it. It begins Tuesday when Biden addresses the International Association of Firefighters for what could amount to a pre-emptive endorsement event. “You’re going to see, ‘Run Joe Run,’ the gold and black ‘Firefighters for Biden,’” IAFF General President Harold… Read full this story
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